Politics

The practice may constitute illegal voter intimidation, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said.
Separating migrant children from their parents. Using the presidency to line his pockets. Encouraging conspiracy theories.
President Donald Trump made the false claim during Thursday's presidential debate, while attempting to deflect blame for his disastrous COVID-19 response.
S.E. Cupp highlighted the "incredibly low" bar for Trump, and said viewers shouldn't give him credit for being relatively better behaved this time around.
The president asked the Israeli prime minister, “Do you think Sleepy Joe could have made this deal, Bibi, Sleepy Joe?”
"It’s going to get a lot worse," predicted the CNN anchor.
Local leaders wanted to make it easy and safe to vote. So they did.
“It was just on and on,” Daniel Dale said of the president's lies during the last debate with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The New York lawmaker said if someone told her this would happen three years ago, she would've "brought them some water and told them to sober up."
The editor in chief said the outlet did it for the first time in its nearly 100-year history to mark a "consequential" moment.